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The role of magnesium in migraine pathogenesis. Potential use of magnesium compounds in prevention and treatment of migraine headaches

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Rola magnezu w patogenezie migreny. możliwości zastosowania związków magnezu w profilaktyce i leczeniu migrenowych bólów głowy
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One of the major functions of magnesium is the maintenance of proper electric potential of neurons. Pathological conditions associated with systemic magnesium deficiencies may be associated with disturbance of numerous neurophysiological processes. These may include neuron function, transmission of nerve impulses, neuromuscular transmission, muscle contraction and vasomotor reflex. Therefore, magnesium deficiencies, particularly those associated with hypomagnesemia, are a source of problems for neurologists. Migraine is one of the most common neurological disorders. Despite many years of research, pathophysiology of migraine has not been elucidated. The predominant opinion is that the onset of migraine headaches is associated with cerebral vascular spasms. Based on the available knowledge of biological functions of magnesium, at least several feasible mechanisms for prevention or reduction of the intensity of migraine attacks by magnesium ions have been proposed. The goal of this review is to summarize the literature reports on magnesium in the pathogenesis of migraine and to identify the potential uses for magnesium compounds in prevention and treatment of migraine headaches.
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Jedną z najważniejszych funkcji magnezu jest utrzymywanie odpowiedniego potencjału elektrycznego komórek nerwowych. W stanach patologii związanych z ogólnoustrojowymi niedoborami magnezu może dochodzić do zakłócenia rozmaitych procesów neurofizjologicznych. Należą do nich m.in.: funkcjonowanie neuronów, przewodzenie impulsu nerwowego, przekaźnictwo nerwowo-mięśniowe i skurcz mięśni oraz odruch wazomotoryczny. Z powyższych względów stany niedoborów magnezu, zwłaszcza te przebiegające z hipomagnezemi ą, stały się problemem w praktyce klinicznej lekarza neurologa. Migrena jest jednym z najczęściej występujących schorzeń neurologicznych. Pomimo wielu lat badań, jej patofizjologia nie została jednoznacznie wyjaśniona. Aktualnie dominuje pogląd, iż pojawianie się migrenowych bólów głowy ma związek ze skurczem naczyń mózgowych. Na podstawie dostępnej wiedzy dotyczącej biologicznych funkcji magnezu zasugerowano istnienie przynajmniej kilku możliwych mechanizmów, za których pośrednictwem jony magnezu mogłyby zapobiegać pojawianiu się ataków migreny lub ograniczać ich nasilenie. Celem pracy było podsumowanie dostępnych w piśmiennictwie doniesień dotyczących roli magnezu w patogenezie migreny, a także wskazanie możliwości wykorzystania preparatów magnezu w profilaktyce i leczeniu migrenowych bólów głowy.
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  • Department of Biochemistry and Medical Chemistry, Pomeranian Medical University, Szczecin
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